Citrix announces IaaS Project Olympus built on OpenStack

May 31, 2011
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One of the most intriguing names that has hitherto been at the periphery of the OpenStack initiative is Citrix. Up until last week, Citrix's contribution was to ensure OpenStack ran on XenServer. However, this week at it's Synergy event, Citrix made some more sigificant announcements about Project Olympus, through which it aims to provide (in…

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Citrix forges ahead with a cloud services focus

May 30, 2011
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Citrix’s annual Synergy conference held this week in San Francisco was kicked off with CEO Mark Templeton painting his view of the future, and the building and leveraging of cloud services. With the emergence and evolution of cloud services, Templeton believes that the industry has moved out of the PC (personal computing) era into a…

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Citrix License RES Reverse Seamless Windows

May 27, 2011
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RES Software confirmed today that it is has signed an agreement with Citrix to license RES’ reverse seamless Windows technology. Citrix confirmed that while it has a license to use RES Virtual Desktop Extender (VDX) it does not intend to integrate RES’ VDX solution into it’s own products. Instead it has taken out the license…

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Monitoring End User Experience for Virtualized and Cloud Hosted Applications

May 26, 2011
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In a world where you are changing everything - by moving applications in whole or in part from physical to virtual, to private cloud and ultimately (at least for some applications) to a public cloud, having an external reference point from which to judge the performance of these applications is essential. That reference point might…

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Citrix Reach Out for the SME market with Kaviza Aquisition

May 25, 2011
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Kaviza developers one of the first all-in-one “VDI-in-a-Box” solutions for small and medium business, have been acquired by Citrix. The acquisition adds a fast-track VDI-only solution to the Citrix portfolio geared at the SME/SMB market. The Kaviza “VDI-in-a-Box” product is billed as complementing the Citrix's XenDesktop product line for enterprise-class desktop virtualization.

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Cloud Computing is not Utility Computing

May 24, 2011
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Utility Computing is not the future. There is a difference between Utility Computing and Cloud Computing that is crucial. You can deliver Cloud Services without a utility billing model.

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